“Prisoner Of Love” by James Brown - album review

TJR says

Originally done by Russ Columbo in 1932, James Brown revived “Prisoner of Love” and released it as a single in April 1963. It was his first recording to enter the Billboard Pop Top 20, reaching #18. The resulting album was built around a similar set of stylish soulful ballads, mostly culled from recent singles but including 4 tracks from previous LP’s spanning 1959-1961.

The Jukebox Rebel
22-Apr-2012


A1 [02:27] 6.8.png James Brown and The Famous Flames - Prisoner Of Love [1963 version] (Clarence Gaskill, Russ Columbo, Leo Robin) Soul Ballad
A2 [02:43] 5.7.png James Brown and The Famous Flames - Waiting In Vain (Ivory Joe Hunter) Soul Ballad
A3 [02:34] 5.7.png James Brown and The Famous Flames - Again (Lionel Newman, Dorcas Cochran) Crooner / Cabaret
A4 [03:05] 8.5.png James Brown and The Famous Flames - Lost Someone [1961 version] (James Brown, Bobby Byrd, Lloyd Stallworth) Soul Ballad
A5 [02:23] 7.1.png James Brown and The Famous Flames - Bewildered [1960 version] (Leonard Whitcup, Teodoro Paolella) Soul Ballad
A6 [02:46] 6.8.png James Brown and The Famous Flames - So Long (Remus Harris, Russ Morgan, Irving Melsher) Soul Ballad
B1 [02:45] 5.8.png James Brown and The Famous Flames - Signed, Sealed And Delivered (Lloyd Copas, Lois Mann) Soul
B2 [02:28] 8.1.png James Brown and The Famous Flames - Try Me [1958 version] (James Brown) Rock n Roll Ballad
B3 [02:55] 5.6.png James Brown and The Famous Flames - (Can You) Feel It (Part 1) (James Brown) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
B4 [02:57] 6.9.png James Brown and The Famous Flames - How Long Darling (James Brown) Soul Ballad
B5 [06:08] 3.2.png James Brown - The Thing In G (James Brown) Jazz




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